Jackson’s Birth Story (Sara’s Story, A Reblog)

I know Sara in real life, and we as the community have actually been praying for Jackson since he has been born. Sara was brave enough to ask me to help her edit her story as she wanted to reach out to other families who may have gone through something similar.

Jackson’s story is one of a miracle baby. A story of how God provided and how His hand never left even in hard times. Please show Sara some support and read about the power of God.

And thank you, Sara, for trusting me with your story ❤

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“For with God nothing shall be impossible.”

On July 23, 2017, my husband, Jason, was outside mowing the yard and I was eating breakfast. We had just had a “date night” the evening before for our birthdays and we were planning to relax the rest of the day. Something came over me to take a pregnancy test, even though I knew it was early, I couldn’t wait. There it was, a very faint pink second line, my jaw dropped.

I ran into the yard to wave Jason down. I dragged him into the house and showed him. We immediately started crying, right there in the entryway to our home. 7 pregnancy tests and a doctor’s appointment later, we had it confirmed, we were pregnant!

img_2948 First Ultrasound

One Sunday evening, around week 8, I felt a rush of blood and instantly panicked. We called the after-hours OB/GYN and they told us…

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16 thoughts on “Jackson’s Birth Story (Sara’s Story, A Reblog)

  1. Wow. Thank you so much for sharing your story! It is amazing what God does to intervene for our children and rescue them! Thank you for being so brave! I love his little toes! He’s sooo sooo cute 💙
    Our daughter almost died soon after birth in a freak circumstance. Only God could have brought her through almost unscathed. I just reblogged her story. At BloomsandBeautifuls.wordpress.com


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    1. I shared Sara’s story 🙂 it is not mine. I’m really glad Sara was brave. I just helped her edit the story, and then help her get the word out. I’m glad you shared your story.

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